Beachfront Bed and Breakfast in Mackay, sits on the edge of the Coral Sea in a quiet suburb in Queensland, Australia-not far from the Whitsundays.. The large deck and entertainment area overlooks the Coral Sea and has all amenities. 3 rooms to let
Beachfront Bed and Breakfast in Mackay, sits on the edge of the Coral Sea in a quiet suburb in Queensland, Australia-not far from the Whitsundays.. The large deck and entertainment area overlooks the Coral Sea and has all amenities. If you want accommodation in Mackay, you won't find better.
Guest have use of the kitchen, BBQ and deck area, gardens, spa (not in winter) and gazebo. All linen supplied
Mackay is situated on the east coast of Queensland on the pioneer river in the Whitsunday Region. Mackay and the surrounding area offers a range of dining, entertainment and shopping experiences. Our range of unique experiences provide convenient locations to explore what this beautiful region has to offer. Mackay is surrounded by many popular beaches like Harbour Beach, Town Beach, Eimeo Beach, Blacks Beach and Lambert’s Beach-close to the relaxing Beachfront B&B not to mention the many tropical islands in and around the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in the Whitsundays. Eungulla national park is a great escape with relaxing walks, swimming spots and our famous platipus.
Interazione con gli ospiti
Interaction is entirely up to quests. We live on site and are available most times and upon checkin.
There are 3 separate rooms to let or you can rent the entire house. Prices by arrangement..
Altre cose da evidenziare
Slade Point Reserve lies at Lamberts Beach, stretching 73 hectares and conserving one of the last remaining areas of coastal dunes and paperbark wetlands in the Mackay region. Birders have an abundance of bird life with dedicated boardwalks and hides in KommoToera Trail.
Visitors can walk through the reserve. Lamberts Beach and Slade Point, on the other side of McReady's Creek are often favourite haunts for mackerel and reef fish and very close to your accommodation in Mackay. Slade Point was named by Capt. James Cook, after Sir Thomas Slade, the naval architect who designed Nelson's H.M.S. Victory. The peninsula community looks out across Slade Bay. These green buffer-zones and a lack of through traffic help to keep the area lovely and quiet.
Respect other guests and Hosts space, tidy up after yourself, have fun.